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  • Air purifier makers expects huge sales as pollution levels worsen in NCR and adjoining areas

    As the air quality in the National Capital Region (NCR)  and adjoining areas are likely to deteriorate further in the coming weeks, the Air purifier makers are looking at a big spike in their sales. There is a rise in demand for air purifiers from smaller and tier-II cities, other than metros.  Although the air purifier industry is small in size and limited to metro cities, makers are witnessing a high double-digit growth in the segment due to increased awareness among the people who are willing to spend money to improve the quality of air around them.  The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 337 last week, which falls in the very poor category and is the highest for this season, creating hazy conditions, said data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).  Below given is the Air Quality Index (AQI) range:

    Modi to attend NITI Lecture Series on AI

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to attend the fourth edition of the NITI Lecture Series. The lecture is themed as “Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Inclusive Growth”. In the lecture, the keynote address will be delivered by Jensen Huang, President and Co-founder of U.S.-based technology firm NVIDIA Corporation.  NITI Aayog, the government think tank, said that the 2018 theme for the lecture series 'AI for All: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Inclusive Growth' is part of the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence. It aimed at evolving a robust ecosystem in India for AI research and adoption.

    Man-animal conflict a State Declared Disaster Uttar Pradesh government

    The Uttar Pradesh government made the man-animal conflict a ‘State Declared Disaster’. These incidents would be under the ambit of State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF). According to the provisions of the order, a compensatory amount of Rs.5 lakh would be given to the family of the deceased if the victim of the animal attack dies. The disbursement of compensation for injury would be in accordance to SDRF guidelines.

    Shimla is to be renamed as Shyamala

    BJP-ruled Himachal Pradesh government is considering a proposal to rename state capital Shimla to Shyamala. The demand was made by right-wing Hindu groups as part of efforts to remove symbols of British rule. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said that his government will seek public opinion on the demand for Shimla’s renaming. A Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) functionary claimed that Shyamala was the original name of Shimla city. State Health Minister Vipin Singh said that he feels that there would not be any harm in changing the name. 

    Indias longest river bridge to be built on Brahmaputra river in Assam

    India’s longest river bridge will be built across the Brahmaputra, connecting Dhubri in Assam To Phulbari in Meghalaya, by 2026-27. It will be a 19.3 km, a four-lane bridge that will cut road travel by 203 km. The new bridge will complete the missing link of NH127B from Assam to Meghalaya. The bridge will also improve connectivity from West Bengal to Assam. For the project, the National Highways and Industrial Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL), recently reached out to global players in France.

    JNU signs MoU with Skymet for climate research

    The Special Centre for Disaster Research (SCDR) at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is to sign a pact with Skymet Weather Services Pvt. Limited. The aim is to help the centre obtain weather data for undertaking cutting-edge research in the field of hydro-meteorological disasters risk mitigation.  The SCDR said that the Skymet will establish an Automatic Weather Station and environmental monitoring station on campus and provide advisory support for weather and climate-related research. SCDR would validate the data generated by Skymet with valuable advisories so that the highest level of precision is achieved by Skymet in weather forecasting, early warning and environmental monitoring.

    Par panel headed by Kirit Somaiya to examine functioning of EPFO

    A parliamentary panel on labor was constituted to examine the functioning of retirement fund body Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO). It will be headed by BJP MP Kirit Somaiya. Its functions are listed as below: To review the implementation of labor laws, social security and welfare scheme for workers, International Labour Organisation conventions binding on India, To look into the working conditions and welfare of mine workers and review that to Directorate General of Mines Safety,

    IFC Launches $1 Billion Masala Bond Programme In The US And Europe

    International Finance Corporation, the World Bank’s lending arm launched its $1 billion masala bond programme in the US and Europe.  These bonds are aimed at funding the rapidly expanding investment activities of IFC in India. Masala bonds are rupee-denominated borrowings issued overseas.  IFC uses them to raise rupee funds overseas and brings the proceeds to India for investments.

    Save Bandipur activists protested against the elevated highways through national parks

    Activists protested against the proposed elevated highways through national parks. Around 150 activists protested at Melkamanahalli gate, Karnataka. The Save Bandipur drive gained traction against the proposed elevated highways through national parks. Earlier, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India, proposed that it wanted to develop five stretches of 1 km each, of elevated roads, through the national park to ensure that there was the 24x7 movement of vehicles along the National Highway 212 (renamed as NH 766).  The activists of Bandipur Ulisi or Save Bandipur campaign submitted a memorandum to the authorities registering their opposition to the infrastructure project.

    India Ranked 9th Most Valuable Nation Brand

    India secured ninth rank out of top 50 valuable national brands, according to a report titled ‘Nation Brands 2018’ released by Brand Finance, a leading brand valuation and strategy consultancy.   India was ranked 8th in last year's report but slipped by a spot to the 9th rank, despite its brand value rose by 5%. India's brand value was $2,046 billion in 2017 and has increased to $2,159 billion in 2018.  The US topped the list with a brand value of $25,899 billion which rose by 23% from last year. 

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Dedicated National Police Memorial To The Nation In New Delhi

    It has been built in recognition of the supreme sacrifice made by police personnel since independence.  Since Independence of the country, 34,844 police personnel have been martyred, with 424 losing their lives this year.  The memorial has been erected on 6.12 acres of land in Chanakyapuri, at the northern end of Shanti Path.  

    India To Host 4th Edition Of Global Partners' Forum In December 2018

    The party won 30 seats in 47 member National Assembly, the lower house of the parliament.  The Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT) got remaining 17 seats. The Election Commission of Bhutan has formally announced the results of the parliamentary elections.  According to the commission, 71.46% polling was recorded in the third general election. 

    Air India gets equity infusion of Rs 1,000 crore from NSSF : Union Government

    Air India raised Rs 3,000 crore so far which includes Rs 1,000 crore to the airline from the National Small Savings Fund (NSSF)  on behalf of the government. Another Rs 500 crore will be raised by the airline through a loan from the unused sovereign guarantee. It is a part of the Rs 4,200 crore debt of AI to oil companies.

    IRDA panel headed by S. Mathur to study feasibility of paying claims in installments

    Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) formed a panel to examine claims in installments. This panel is headed by Suresh Mathur, ED (Health), IRDAI. This will look into the feasibility of the proposal of general and health insurance companies for payment of claims in installments as against lump sum payments.

    Piyush Goyal To Receive Carnot Prize For Rural Electrification Effort

    Union Minister Piyush Goyal will receive the prestigious Carnot Prize from the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania in recognition of his work for rural electrification while he held the power and renewable energy portfolios.

    Indian-Origin Woman Wins Top US Honour For Combatting Sex Slavery

    JSW Steel CMD Sajjan Jindal was elected as the Treasurer of the World Steel Association (worldsteel). The association has also appointed Tata Steel MD TV Narendran and ArcelorMittal Chief LN Mittal as its members.

    Adityanath is all set to prepare Ram temple

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath exhorted his supporters to start preparing for the construction of a temple in Ayodhya with the same zeal with which they celebrated Ram Leela. Mr.Adityanath in his Vijayadashami speech in Gorakhpur said along with the grandeur of the Ram Leelas, people should start preparing to build a grand temple in the same way in which grand Ram Leelas have been organised in the form of the temple. He, however, did not explain or clarify his remark, which was delivered in a winding sentence in Hindi. The CM said without Lord Ram, the path of public welfare would not be complete and hoped that his “grand ideal character” would inspire everyone. Mr.Adityanath, who is also the head priest of the Gorakhnath temple, participated in the customary Vijay Shobha Yatra from the temple.

    Scientist developed new skin gel that protects from some pesticides

    Indian researchers developed a gel which, when applied on the skin, can inhibit some pesticides from getting absorbed into the body. It thus averts serious adverse effects and even death. Organophosphate-based pesticides, which are commonly used by farmers in India, are toxic to the nervous system and heart and can cause cognitive dysfunction. When esters present in organophosphate-based pesticides enter the body they bind and inhibit acetylcholinesterase or AChE enzyme critical for nerve and muscle function. This causes neurological disorders, suffocation, paralysis, and even death.

    Two TN govt. hospital to get seamless laboratories

    The two Tamil Nadu Government hospitals, the Institute of Child Health (ICH) and Hospital for Children, Egmore, and Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH), are to establish seamless laboratories comprising pneumatic tube systems and automated processing of samples. This is to avoid the troubles caused during the manual transportation of clinical samples from wards to laboratories. Earlier this year, the State government had sent teams from the two hospitals on a visit to a few health facilities in Singapore. They studied the seamless laboratories established at the facilities. A prototype of the pneumatic system is getting installed at ICH and will be launched on November 14, on the occasion of its golden jubilee celebrations.

    NASA Space Apps challenge 2018 on DSU campus

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Space Apps challenge 2018 Hackathon has been organised at Dayananda Sagar University (DSU), Kudlu Gate campus, on Hosur Road. It is a two-day event. DSU has invited entries from school and college students. Coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, and technologists will address challenges faced on earth and in space. Top 20 teams would be invited to set up their enterprises based on the ideas presented at the competitions at the Bengaluru event; transforming them into commercial solutions at the DSU Start-up Village and the Atal Innovation Centre (AIC) on the DSU campus.

    Seven snake eggs were incubated and released into the wild

    A clutch of seven tiny snakes was released into the wild after spending nearly 80 days in an incubator at the civic body’s Wildlife Paramedical Centre, Karnataka. While incubating the snakes resembled no more than little worms. A BBMP wildlife rescue volunteer rescued the clutch of seven snake eggs from a sump in Hegde Nagar. The mother, a common Kukri species, was also rescued. While common Kukri is found widespread across the sub-continent, it's sighting in the city has become rare owing to habitat loss. The mother was rescued and released in a nearby garden, while the eggs were taken to BBMP Forest Cell’s wildlife centre. When snakes lay their eggs, they choose a variety of factors including predators and temperature (25 to 26 degrees Celsius). It is difficult to replicate this process in gardens. Hence the eggs were artificially incubated. After all seven eggs hatched, it was released into gardens of the city. 

    Adith won AITA championship series tennis tournament

    Second seed Adith Amarnath of Karnataka won the boys’ under-14 title in the All India Tennis Association (AITA) championship series tennis tournament in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Adith defeated fourth seed Kandhavel Mahalingam of Tamil Nadu 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the final.  The results (finals): Boys: Under-14: Adith Amarnath bt Kandhavel Mahalingam 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Under-12: Jason Michael David bt Kandhvel Mahalingam 5-7, 6-2, 6-0. Girls: Under-14: Shrijana Thapa bt Soha Singh 7-5, 0-6, 6-2. Under-12: Soha Singh bt Sanjana Devineni 7-5, 6-0 .

    Haasan to ally with congress

    Tamil Nadu actor Kamal Haasan, the founder of Makkal Needhi Maiam, is to ally with the Congress. Kamal Haasan during his meet with All India Congress Committee president Rahul Gandhi told about his interest in a possible an alliance.

    Kerala the first smoke-free State to have 100% LPG

    The revenue department has imposed the duty based on the recommendations of the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR). A joint application was filed by domestic steel industries like JSW Steel Ltd, Sunflag Iron & Steel Co, Usha Martin, Gerdau Steel India, Vardhman Special Steels and Jayaswal Neco Industries before DGTR to initiate an investigation on this issue. The DGTR performed investigations and made recommendations on anti-dumping duties on some steel products.

    Centre acts on the Kadapa steel plant plan

    Union Minister of Steel Chaudhary Birender Singh instructed the task force to establish an integrated steel plant in Kadapa district. The aim is to study the mode of investment for the unit as it will be set up soon after the final approval from the Central government. He also instructed the task force to evaluate the technical report submitted by MECON Limited.  This step by the Mr.Singh, to weigh the options on investment pattern, suggests that the Central government after some dithering appears keen on delivering its promise which figures in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.

    India imposes anti-dumping duty on certain steel products from China

    The revenue department has imposed the duty based on the recommendations of the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR). A joint application was filed by domestic steel industries like JSW Steel Ltd, Sunflag Iron & Steel Co, Usha Martin, Gerdau Steel India, Vardhman Special Steels and Jayaswal Neco Industries before DGTR to initiate an investigation on this issue. The DGTR performed investigations and made recommendations on anti-dumping duties on some steel products. The goods have been exported to India from China below normal value and the domestic industry has been affected.  

    Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2018 Bagged By Marsel Van Oosten

    The powerful image of a pair of golden snub-nosed monkeys seated in contemplation amid iridescent foliage has been awarded one of the most prestigious prizes in photography, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018. 

    Stephen Hawkings Final Book Brief Answers To The Big Questions Launched

    It has been completed by the theoretical physicist’s family and academic colleagues, with material drawn from his vast personal archive.   

    India's Highest Tricolour Unfurled At Haj House In Mumbai

    Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi unfurled India’s highest tricolor on the terrace of the majestic Haj House in Mumbai.  The national flag measured 20x30 feet and stood 350 feet above the ground level.  The flag atop a 20-meter high mast on top of the iconic building is near the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in south Mumbai.

    Arshdeep Singh Won Top Wildlife Photo Award In Junior Category

    Arshdeep Singh won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in 10 Years and Under category given by UK's Natural History Museum.  He won the award for the picture titled 'Pipe Owls', which showed two spotted owlets sitting inside an old waste-pipe in Punjab Kapurthala. 

    N D Tiwari, former CM of UP and Uttarakhand, passed away

    N D Tiwari, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, passed away after a prolonged stint of hospitalisation in New Delhi. Mr.Tiwari began his career with the erstwhile Praja Socialist Party (PSP) to then serve his entire career in the Congress was 93 at the time of his death. He served as the Minister of External Affairs in the Rajiv Gandhi Cabinet between 1986 and 1987. He was thrice elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in varied stints between 1976 and 1977, 1984 and 1985, 1988 and 1989, and was for one term the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, between 2002 and 2007. Mr.Tiwari was known for being a canny politician and a good administrator. He was credited with much of the manufacturing industry that made its way to Uttar Pradesh.

    COAI suggested solution to mobile service customers who want to remove Aadhaar details

    The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said that if any mobile service customers want to get their Aadhaar details removed from the records of telecom operators, they need to provide alternative verification documents including passport, PAN card, Driving License, Voter ID etc.  COAI as also directed by the Department of Telecom said that the services will not be disconnected during the change in the documentation process. COAI mentioned that the Supreme Court in its judgement in Aadhaar case has nowhere directed that the mobile number which has been issued through Aadhaar e-KYC has to be disconnected. Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI): ♦ Established:1995 ♦ Headquarters:New Delhi, India ♦ Chairman: Sunil Sood ♦ Vice Chairman : Ajai Puri ♦ Director General: Rajan S. Mathews ♦ COAI is an industry association of mobile service providers, telecom equipment, internet and broadband services providers in India ♦ It is a registered, non-governmental society  

    Nokia partners BSNL to implement industrial automation solutions

    BSNL and Nokia are demonstrating the ability to leverage automation across industries, showing how it can be replicated in other sectors such as automobile, oil and gas, mining, public safety, and disaster management. Nokia factory will now leverage Industry 4.0 solutions such as Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), connected Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, and the Internet of Things to enhance operations and increase productivity. Nokia Industry 4.0 relies on low-latency, high-reliability networks as well as capabilities in robotics and artificial intelligence to drive new levels of automation and data exchange in manufacturing industries, resulting in improved operational efficiency and reduced costs.

    TCS Displaces Accenture As Largest IT Firm Servicing Banks

    Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited quarterly earnings from the financial sector have edged past that of Accenture Plc, which is nearly double its size, making company the world’s largest pure-play information technology (IT) and consulting firm servicing megabanks and insurers.  During the July-September period, TCS got $2.07 billion in business from banking, financial services and insurance, or the BFSI sector.   

    India's first Cryptocurrency ATM Installed In Bengaluru

    ATM for deposit and withdrawal of money for cryptocurrencies has been installed in Bengaluru's Kemp Fort Mall by virtual currency exchange Unocoin.  Users can deposit money to buy currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum using an OTP received on their registered numbers.

    NIIF invests Rs 660 crores in HDFC Capital realty platform

    National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) an investment of Rs 660 crore in HDFC’s real estate investment platform HDFC Capital Affordable Real Estate – 2 (H-CARE ) It enables investors in NIIF Fund of Funds to participate in the attractive mid-income and affordable housing sectors in India.  

    Indian Navys submarine rescue capabilities get a boost with DSRV maiden trials

    The Navy’s submarine rescue capabilities were boosted with the successful maiden trials of its newly inducted Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle (DSRV). The DSRV is operated by a crew of three members. It can rescue 14 personnel from a disabled submarine at one time.  The Western Naval Command conducted the trials of the DSRV in Mumbai. It also set a record for "deepest submergence by a manned vessel" in the Indian waters.

    India ranked 58th most competitive economy in World Economic Forum(WEF) index

    World Economic Forum released the Global Competitiveness Report 2018. According to the report, India has jumped five spots to become the 58th most competitive economy on the Global Competitiveness Index 2018 (GCI 4.0). India witnessed the largest gain among the G20 nations. The index covers 140 nations and it measures national competitiveness.  The United States ranked number one again with a score of 85.6. Federation, India, South Africa and Brazil respectively.  The Top 5 countries on the Index are: 1. US,  2. Singapore,  3. Germany,  4. Switzerland, and  5. Japan. 

    Preparatory Meeting for the First National Summit on Invest in AYUSH held in New Delhi

    This Summit is to encourage all the Departments of the Government and Private Companies to invest in AYUSH. Many Initiatives are taken by Ministry to increase the market size of AYUSH for this they had a close relationship with FICCI, CII, Ph.D. Chambers and ASSOCHAM etc. To strengthen the existing AYUSH Industry sector including manufacturers of AYUSH drugs, cosmetics, food supplements, hospital industry.  

    Union Government launches Swastha Bharat Yatra campaign to create awareness about Food Safety

    The Campaign is Launched by Central Government association with the State Government and it is led by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). The ‘Swasth Bharat Yatra’ is launched simultaneously at Leh(in Jammu & Kashmir), Panaji(Goa), Thiruvananthapuram(Kerala), Puducherry, Ranji(Jharkhand) and Agartala(Tripura).

    India and Tanzania sign 2 MoUs in New Delhi

    The MoUs were signed following India-Tanzania 9th Session of Joint Commission on Economic, Technical and Scientific Cooperation in New Delhi. They were signed in the presence of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Tanzanian Foreign Minister Dr. Augustine Mahiga. The MoUs are signed between Foreign Service Institute of India and Centre for Foreign Relation, Tanzania and National Research Development Corporation and Tanzania Industrial Research and Development Corporation.  

    Karnataka CM announced formation of Kodagu Development Authority

    Karnataka Chief Minister H.D.Kumaraswamy announced the formation of the Kodagu Development Authority. The authority is to enable speedy reconstruction of the district, parts of which were ravaged by floods and landslips.  So far, the State government funded Rs.127 crore for the rehabilitation works in the district.  The objective of the interaction programme was to infuse confidence among the victims and elicit their views and expectations from the authorities. Mr.Kumaraswamy will visit the district again to review the rehabilitation.

    Detailed Project Report is set for new rail corridor

    The Detailed Project Report (DPR) is set for the proposed 510-km third and fourth rail line from Thiruvananthapuram to Kasaragod to improve connectivity and operate more trains to the Kerala State. Kerala Railway Development Corporation Ltd (KRDCL) gave its approval for appointing Systra as the general consultant.  Systra, the Paris-based engineering and consulting group, has been appointed as general consultant for preparing the DPR, which includes the traffic study, initial design, and financial model. It also includes the internal rate of return for laying the line on a cost-sharing basis between Railways and the State through KRDCL.

    BankBazaar appoints former RBI deputy governor SS Mundra as advisor

    He will help BankBazaar achieve 100 percent paperless and presence-less financing in India. He was a deputy governor at the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) for three years till July 2017.

    Kamal Haasan launched a safety app named Raudram

    Kamal Haasan, Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) founder, launched a safety app named ‘Raudram’. The app aimed at ensuring the safety of women in the city. The launch function held at Sri Sairam Engineering College. One can store three contact numbers upon registration in the app.  If the person feels any trouble, she should press the power button thrice within a minute. Once this is done, the emergency contacts, the call centre and the nearby police station will receive an instant alert. The alerts are generated via the mobile net as well as SMS. The app also enables the recording of audio and video footage of the situation and sends it. GPS tracking of the location is part of the comprehensive safety features that the app offers.

    Goa Maritime Symposium 2018 inaugurated by Chief of Naval Staff

    The main objective is to promote maritime security in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). The theme of the seminar was “Building Stronger Maritime Partnerships in IOR”.

    Punjab Chief Minister laid foundation stones for 5 projects in Amritsar

    Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh laid the foundation stones for five infrastructural projects, worth Rs 127.86 crore, in Amritsar. Out of the total Rs 127.86 crore, Rs 111.56 crore would be borne by the Amritsar Improvement Trust (AIT)with the Railways contributing Rs 16.30 Crore. The projects for which the foundation stones were laid included: ROBs at Vallah Phatak on Amritsar-Delhi Railway line and on Amritsar-Attari section at Khazana Gate, RUB at Jaura Phatak on Amritsar-Delhi section and Amritsar-Pathankot section, and of Flyover at Sant Singh Sukha Singh (SSSS Chowk) on Majitha Road, beside.

    Electric autorickshaws are set to be launched in Kerala

    Electric autorickshaws are set to be launched in Kerala. A committee of six autorickshaw driver unions signed a pact with a Kinetic Green, a private firm, to roll out 200 Electric autorickshaws in Kochi. These vehicles are expected to be on the road in November. It will primarily operate as feeder services to Kochi metro and buses, providing last-mile connectivity to commuters.  Manufactured by Kinetic Green, each auto can carry four passengers and can attain the speed of up to 35 kmph. It will be fitted with GPS. The autorickshaws will be powered by lithium-ion batteries as it provides more torque than conventional batteries.  Kinetic Green will bear the cost of each auto, that is approximately Rs.1.80 lakh, while the coordination committee of autorickshaw unions will bear their operational and maintenance expense. The per km expense on electricity will be around 30 paise.

    Union Minister Radha Mohan Singh inaugurates two-day Agri-startup and Entrepreneurship event in New Delhi

    The theme of the event was unleashing potentials in agriculture for young entrepreneurs.  More than 100 agripreneurs participated in the event. Several issues faced by young entrepreneurs in the production of seasonal crops were discussed in the conclave. He announced that 45 models on integrated farming for 15 different climate zone in India have been developed.

    IRCTC gets New AI-Based Assistant 'Disha' To Help Resolve Problems

    Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) launched a new AI-based assistant, 'Ask Disha' for its website.  This new assistant will be prompt in answering generic queries about most frequently asked questions on the ticket booking platform.

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